Wednesday, July 24, 2024

High School Football Scoreboard

Guyer 62, Braswell 7

The undefeated Wildcats cruised on Friday night, holding Braswell to just one trip to the end zone.

Braswell took a 7-0 lead early on, but Trey Joyner broke a 54-yard run to tie the game 7-7 at the end of one.

Ford Stinson kicked a 33-yard field goal to make it 10-7, followed by a 15-yard keeper from Jackson Arnold.

Eli Bowen then broke a 43-yard run for the Wildcats, and Arnold hit Si Stovall on a 7-yard touchdown pass to make it 31-7 Guyer.

Joyner scored on a 2-yard run late in the second quarter to make it 38-7 heading into the half.

Joyner added an 11-yard touchdown early in the third quarter followed by a 40-yard touchdown pass from Arnold to Landon Sides.

Stinson kicked another field goal (23) early in the fourth quarter and Gage Powell tacked on a 4-yard run to finish out scoring for the Wildcats.

Joyner rushed for 118 yards and 3 touchdowns in the game.

Guyer (7-0, 4-0) will host Allen at 7 p.m. on Oct. 20.

Marcus 42, Plano West 20

The Marcus passing attack was in full effect on Friday night, as the Marauders defeated Plano West by a score of 42-20.

West got up 7-0 in the game before Cole Welliver connected with Ashton Cozart on a 49-yard touchdown pass to tie things up.

Welliver then hit Karic Grennan on a 36-yard pass to make it 14-7 at the end of the first quarter.

Less than three minutes into the second quarter, Welliver completed a 43-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Khattab to make it 21-7, and hooked up with Khattab a second and third time on passes of 35-yards and 23-yards to give the Marauders on a 35-7 lead.

Plano West scored again before the half, and Marcus led 35-13 at the break.

Late in the third quarter, Jake Ballard scored on a 7-yard run for the Marauders to make it 42-13.

Welliver threw for 264 yards and 5 touchdowns in the game for the Marauders.

Marcus (4-3, 3-1) will play at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21 at Lewisville in the Battle of the Axe.

Liberty Christian 24, Midland Christian 14

Liberty defeated Midland Christian on Friday night to take sole possession of first place in district.

Michael Stump scored first for the Warriors on a 24-yard field goal to give LCS a 3-0 lead heading into the second quarter.

With 5:39 to play in the first half, Jacob Vaughan hit Blake Brisker on a 10-yard pass to make it 10-0, and Cade Harycki scored on an 3-yard run two minutes later to give Liberty a 17-0 lead at the break.

Midland Christian got on the board in the third to make it 17-6, before Vaughan hit Brady Janusek to give the Warriors a 24-6 lead at the end of three.

Midland Christian scored again in the fourth, but could not come back.

Liberty Christian (7-1, 2-0) will play at Southwest Christian School at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21.

Hebron 38, Flower Mound 14

The Jags struggled on Friday night, falling to Hebron after giving up three scores late in the game.

The two teams traded field goals in the first quarter, with Abraham Candelaria kicking a 23-yard field goal for the Jags to make it 3-3 at the end of one.

Hebron scored a touchdown in the second quarter to take a 10-3 lead into the half.

Candelaria booted a 24-yard field goal early in the third quarter to cut the Hawks lead to 4 points, but Hebron answered with a touchdown to make it 17-6.

Flower Mound came right back and scored on a 4-yard run from Yale Erdman and successfully completed a 2-point conversion to make it 17-14 Hebron.

The Hawks scored three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Flower Mound (1-6, 1-3) will host Plano at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21.

Northwest 35, The Colony 29

The Texans only trailed once on Friday night, but did have to overcome a late Cougar rally to hold onto a 35-29 win on Friday night.

The Colony Scored on a field goal early in the first quarter, before Jake Strong completed a 16-yard touchdown pass to Logan Jeskevic to make it 7-3 Northwest at the end of one.

The Cougars kicked another field goal at the 10:03 mark of the second quarter, but Northwest responded with a 21-yard touchdown run from Kyle Cummings and a 5-yard touchdown pass from Strong to Cooper McComas to take a 21-6 lead into halftime.

The Colony scored its first touchdown of the game early in the third quarter, but Northwest came back when Cummings broke a 77-yard touchdown run to make it 28-12 Northwest.

The Colony kicked another field goal to put the game at 28-15 at the end of three.

Less than a minute into the fourth quarter, Strong hit Joseph Rivas on a 22-yard touchdown pass to make it 35-15 early in the fourth quarter.

The Colony scored two unanswered touchdowns, but Northwest held on for the victory.

The Texans (5-2, 4-1) will play at South Hills at 7 p.m. on Oct. 20.

Lewisville 42, Plano 14

The Farmers rolled on Friday night, soundly defeating Plano.

Ethan Terrell broke a 42-yard run to make it 7-0 early in the first quarter, and Viron Ellison scored on a 5-yard run to give Lewisville a 15-0 lead.

Mason Johnson scored on a 22-yard interception return, and Ellison tacked on another 5-yard touchdown run to make it 29-0 at the half.

Early in the third, Xavier Lewis scored on a 35-yard run to make it 36-0 Farmers, and Freddy Joya kicked a 30-yard field goal to give the Farmers a 39-0 at the end of the third quarter.

Eric Arias kicked a 19-yard field goal for Lewisville early in the fourth quarter to give Lewisville a 42-0 lead.

Plano was able to score two late touchdowns, but never threatened to come back.

Lewisville (6-1, 4-0) will host Marcus at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21.

Argyle 24, Frisco Emerson 10

In a battle for district supremacy, Argyle demonstrated why it is the top-ranked 5A-DII team in the state on Thursday night, defeating McKinney Emerson by a score of 24-10.

District 3-5A included three unbeaten teams heading into the tonight’s contest in what promised to be a dog fight, but the Eagles were in control for most of the game.

Argyle struck first when Jacob Robinson connected with RJ Bunnell on a 50-yard touchdown pass to get things going for the Eagles.

Emerson answered with a touchdown of its own, and the game was tied 7-7 heading into the second quarter.

John Gailey regained the lead for Argyle on a 1-yard run four seconds into the second quarter, and Carter Buxton kicked a 28-yard field goal to make it 17-7 Eagles heading into the break.

With 7:07 to play in the third quarter, the defense came up big, as Parker Phillips recovered an Emerson fumble in the end zone to extend Argyle’s lead to 17 points.

Emerson kicked a field goal with 8:09 to play in the fourth, but never seriously threatened to come back against the Eagles.

Argyle (7-0, 3-0) will host Frisco Independence, the other undefeated 3-5A team at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21.

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